During these difficult times at Naturena, there have been few players who have raised to the challenge and demanded to be counted.
Kaizer Chiefs Football Club youngsters have stood in these difficult times, and put in decent performances that have fans hopeful that things will change soon, and Chiefs will reclaim their golden glory days.
The gold and black of Amakhosi last tasted silverware back in the 2014/2015 season when their head coach Stuart Baxter, was still their coach in his first stint at the club.
Source: Kaizer Chiefs Football Club Official Facebook page
The 67-year-old tactician is the last man to bring success to Naturena, and his second stint at the club has not been good with fans calling for his dismissal so early into the season.
Chiefs faithful feel that the English man is not the right man to guide Chiefs going forward, because he does not believe in youngsters, and prefers older experienced players.
The likes of Happy Mashiane, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, and Sabelo Radebe are currently struggling for game time under Baxter, which fans feel are the ones who can return the golden days to Chiefs.
Source: Kick off Magazines Official Facebook page
While his fellow development graduates are struggling to get game time, the 21-year-old right fullback Njabulo Blom has been an ever-present player under Baxter, as he has played every minute Chiefs played this season so far.
Source: Kaizer Chiefs Football Club Official Facebook Page
Bafana International has been an ever-present figure in Chiefs team, after breaking into the first team last season, and has attracted overseas clubs with his consistent performances.
It is reported and rumoured that Spanish Club RCD Mallorca Club Football is interested in the youngster and has contacted Chiefs for his services.
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